Debra Faulkner - The Brown Palace Historian & Archivist

  • 01 Dec 2015
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Brown Palace Hotel 321 17th St - Log in for member pricing

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Debra Faulkner 

The Brown Palace Historian & Archivist                                                                          

Ever wonder about the history of the beautiful facilities where we hold our City Club events? The Brown Palace is rich in history and serves as a reminder of Denver's Western heritage. Join us for a delightful holiday event!                                                                                        



Raised in Loveland, Debra Faulkner comes by her passion for Colorado history honestly.  She earned her B.S. in Education from the University of Colorado and her Masters in Public History from CU-Denver.  She is a longtime volunteer with History Colorado: The Colorado Historical Society and a former Anschutz fellow with the CHS. As a board member of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, she managed the organization’s archives and its ongoing oral history project, collecting the life stories of both historical and contemporary inductees.

Faulkner has written 7 books...including Ladies of the Brown: A women's History of Denver's Most Elegant Hotel."
Faulkner serves as Hotel Historian and Archivist since 2008 for the venerable Brown Palace. She regularly portrays extraordinary women from Colorado’s past in first-person programs around the state. 


House Greens with Julienne Vegetables, Roma Tomato, Balsamic Vinaigrette

Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon, Lemon Basil Beurre Blanc


Butternut Squash Ravioli, Sage Cream

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(303) 339-1360
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